Max - 20031254

Location: Rochester, Minnesota
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: July 14, 2012 - Actual
Age: 11 Year, 10 Month
Gender: Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • OK with Dogs

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Hi my name is Max and I’m a 2.5 year old handsome Brittany. I came to my foster home in March after my owner couldn’t take care of me any longer. It took me several months to trust my foster parents but now I love my foster mom and tolerate my foster dad. My foster mom and I are very close and share a special bond. I often look up at her to make sure I’m safe. I love going on walks, jogs, and bike rides on my leash. I hear them say how good I am on a leash! One of my favorite things to do is playi with my dog friends at home. We love to chase each other! When we get tired, we all take a nap together with mom on the bed. I love my crate too and sleep in my crate with a soft blanket at night and when my foster parents leave for work. I have lots of toys at my foster home and enjoy chewing on my toys. I am potty trained and will stand by the door to tell my foster mom that I need to go outside. I must have another companion dog around to keep my confidence levels up. If left to my own thinking, I would be a wreck. I do ask that you please be patient with me, as I can get scared with strangers and sometimes it takes me a little bit to warm up to new people. I am a lovable, curious, smart Brittany who likes routine and am looking forward to bonding with a forever family. Foster mom here. Everything that Max has expressed is true on so many levels. When he came to us, he would cower at our touch, now he seeks it. His ideal home will be one without small children, one that has the patience and love for the breed to continue to help him grow and be more self-confident and one with at least one other dog. Max is up to date on his vaccines and Heartworm negative and on preventative. Max along with many others came from a breeder in Nebraska who could no longer care for them. Many of his siblings have been adopted and have continued to grow confident and independent.

Max - 20031254

Location: Rochester, Minnesota
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: July 14, 2012 - Actual
Age: 11 Year, 10 Month
Gender: Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • OK with Dogs

Adopted!!!

Dog Story: Hi my name is Max and I’m a 2.5 year old handsome Brittany. I came to my foster home in March after my owner couldn’t take care of me any longer. It took me several months to trust my foster parents but now I love my foster mom and tolerate my foster dad. My foster mom and I are very close and share a special bond. I often look up at her to make sure I’m safe. I love going on walks, jogs, and bike rides on my leash. I hear them say how good I am on a leash! One of my favorite things to do is playi with my dog friends at home. We love to chase each other! When we get tired, we all take a nap together with mom on the bed. I love my crate too and sleep in my crate with a soft blanket at night and when my foster parents leave for work. I have lots of toys at my foster home and enjoy chewing on my toys. I am potty trained and will stand by the door to tell my foster mom that I need to go outside. I must have another companion dog around to keep my confidence levels up. If left to my own thinking, I would be a wreck. I do ask that you please be patient with me, as I can get scared with strangers and sometimes it takes me a little bit to warm up to new people. I am a lovable, curious, smart Brittany who likes routine and am looking forward to bonding with a forever family. Foster mom here. Everything that Max has expressed is true on so many levels. When he came to us, he would cower at our touch, now he seeks it. His ideal home will be one without small children, one that has the patience and love for the breed to continue to help him grow and be more self-confident and one with at least one other dog. Max is up to date on his vaccines and Heartworm negative and on preventative. Max along with many others came from a breeder in Nebraska who could no longer care for them. Many of his siblings have been adopted and have continued to grow confident and independent.